Aeroengines - compressible flow, Other Engineering

All fluids are to some extent compressible but gases show significant changes in density if pressure and/or temperature is changed.

Some gas flows can be treated as being incompressible but the following cases involve appreciable changes:

(a) Velocities near or larger than speed of sound (i.e. M > 1)

(b) Large accelerations of gas

(c) Large changes in elevation (e.g. in Year 1 Fluid mechanics lectures)

(d) Natural convection - flows with heat transfer 

Since for a perfect gas

499_comprasible flow.png

Posted Date: 8/27/2012 2:08:39 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Aeroengines - compressible flow, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Aeroengines - compressible flow, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Aeroengines - compressible flow Discussions

Write discussion on Aeroengines - compressible flow
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Numerical solutions to equations: Many practical problems in engineering involve complex boundary conditions and variable properties that cannot be solved analytically, creat

How to draw diagrams for Rankine cycle

explain the fibre optic communication system with block diagram

#question.Can you please suggest a method in MATLAB for shadow detection and removal.

et C(K) denote a European vanilla Call option with strike price K. Assume that all options are identical except for strike price, and strike prices satisfy (K1) What are the no-a

why we need EJB

Couplings: Because of the requirement to make maintenance tasks such as engine removal/refit, gearbox removal/refit easier, it is necessary to have a means of coupling the turb

Common faults - Fire safety management: Common faults found are: Combustible items left in protected routes Locked exits Fire doors wedged open Exits obstru


Turbine cooling  Airflow: Figure illustrates the turbine cooling airflow of a typical gas turbine engine. The outward flow of cooling air is controlled by air seals of multi-g